K Rajasekharan

Articles by K Rajasekharan

15 February 2018 at 11:01

Burden of Providing Evidence: Part III of Indian Evidence Act

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Which of the contesting parties should provide evidence in a judicial proceeding is determined on the basis of some judicial principles that are laid down in the Indian Evidence Act. This write up is exclusively about such principles included in Par

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06 February 2018 at 14:02

On methods of providing evidence: Oral & documentary

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The Part II of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deals with different facets of oral and documentary methods of proving facts in a judicial proceeding. The precise purpose of this write up is to describe the contents of Part II of the act in an easy to r

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24 January 2018 at 10:39

Concept of Relevancy in Indian Evidence Act

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The term evidence is a bit ambiguous one. It refers to what is adduced by a party in a court proceeding as a means of establishing a fact or its truth. Evidence essentially refers to those items or things that make the truth of a disputed matter quit

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15 January 2018 at 11:07

Child witness: Reliability of his/her Evidence

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The witness is a prime source of evidence in judicial proceedings. A witness is the person who gives testimony or evidence before any judicial institution. A child witness is the one who at the time of giving testimony is below the age of eighteen ye

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02 January 2018 at 11:40

Some flaws of the Triple Talaq Bill passed by Lok Sabha

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The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill 2017 - popularly known as Triple Talaq Bill - introduced in Lok Sabha on 28th December 2017 and passed within four hours on the same day without it being referred to the subject committee of Lo

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27 December 2017 at 13:57

All about Divorce of Hindu Spouses by Mutual Consent

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Mutual Divorce is the kind of divorce sought and obtained from the family court by filing a joint petition by both parties in a marriage on the basis of mutual consent. It is the quickest form of divorce for an irreparably broken marriage. Divorce is

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14 December 2017 at 10:33

Remedies the Specific Relief Act 1963 provides

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Introduction A contract establishes a contractual obligation on the parties involved. It binds them either to do or not to do certain things. When there is a failure in performance of the obligation, either of the parties can sue the other. The most

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30 November 2017 at 12:06

Law relating to Bribe Giving & Bribe Taking

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Everyone knows bribe taking by a public functionary is an offence but some people do not know bribe giving is also an equally punishable offence. There is no much clarity on how and in what manner bribe giving becomes an offence. This article explore

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27 November 2017 at 13:37

Distinction between Culpable Homicide and Murder

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The heinous offence of killing of a person by another is termed as Murder, Culpable Homicide and Non-Culpable Homicide in India or in degrees such as First Degree Murder, Second Degree Murder and Third Degree Murder in the United States of America, d

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13 November 2017 at 11:37

Need for an All India Judicial Service (AIJS) to Revitalise Indian Judiciary

  POSTED BY K Rajasekharan

No other reform is as important as establishing an All India Judicial Service (AIJS) in revitalising Indian judiciary. But the proposal for setting up an AIJS, in the lines of Indian Civil Service, is hanging fire for more than five decades despite t

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